The Cycle Show 2022


The Cycle Show returns to London this April

After ten years at the NEC, the UK’s biggest cycling show is set to return to London this April. The show will run alongside the London eBike Festival powered by Shimano Steps to give visitors a unique cycling experience combining indoor exhibition, evening theatre shows, and outdoor festival. The grounds around the venue will be used for demo tracks where you can test ride all the latest bikes up and downhill, off and on-road with your choice of electric assistance or pedal power.

Visitors will have the opportunity to test ride the latest MTB, gravel, road, commuter, leisure, children’s, and electric bikes of all types on the beautiful hills surrounding Alexandra Palace. Inside the thriving exhibition, you’ll be given the chance to try the newest tech, gadgets, and training equipment and sample the latest nutritional products.

The Cycle Show 2022 ©Alexandra Palace
The Cycle Show 2022 ©Alexandra Palace

The Cycle Show stage has hosted some of the greatest names in cycling, from Geraint Thomas to Lizzie Deignan, Bob Haro to the Athertons, and 2022 is set to host their biggest line-up yet, with big names such as Greg Minnaar, Tom Boonen, Evie Richards, Martyn Ashton, Sean Kelly, and more all confirmed to attend. The Cycle Show will continue to announce headliners over the coming weeks so be sure to follow them on their socials so not to miss out on announcements.

Aspiring riders can learn the essentials of bike handling all in one place – manuals jumps and drop-offs; flying starts from a BMX race gate:  or railing a bermed corner – on the Cycle Show’s skills course

The Experts Stage powered by Shimano Steps is your chance to get advice from some of cycling’s biggest brains on maintaining your bike, tips for commuting in London, planning rides in the countryside, preparing for a sportive, nutrition and hydration, and much more

Tickets are on sale now so be sure to grab yours as you don’t want to miss this years event!

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